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 Post subject: FS: 1981 Citation 501sp - $625k
PostPosted: 31 Mar 2021, 13:31 
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Company: D&M Leasing Houston
Location: Katy, TX (KTME)
Aircraft: Citation V
In typical fashion, I spent the last 2 years making N91TE perfect so I can sell it to someone else. :crazy: Full disclosure, I want to go faster and farther and I hate money apparently so I am looking for a V. Owning this jet has opened my eyes to what's possible and what reality is in terms of costs and MX. No surprises or costs that left me sorry. Any parts I have needed were available and reasonable. Training has been fun and easy. There are no downsides to owning a Citation. I paid $6k to put mine on the Textron LUMP program. Low utilization for under 250 hours a year. This takes the Phase 1-4 from 2 to 3 years and the Phase 5 inspection from 3 to 6 years. Big cost savings. The plane went through a panel upgrade last year and paint and interior refurb as well. The engines are matched perfectly and it makes books numbers. It's currently going through Phase 1-4 now and will be delivered with fresh 1-4 completed.
The left engine has on condition HT turbine blades and the right engine does not. I have a 1700 hour since new OC HT turbine disk in a briefcase that can be purchased with the plane +$50k. I bought it as an insurance policy. Cost to swap out the turbine is $3600 but it would be silly to do that since the engine runs perfectly.

Here is what you can expect:
1st hour 200gallons 1350lbs
2nd hour 150gallons 1020lbs
3rd hour 125gallons 850lbs
Now you should be landing soon....with just about 85gallon or 580 lbs left.
no wind you will have gone just over 1000nm at ~340 kts TAS

Highest cabin will be 6-7k at FL410. No fatigue. Fly for 5-10 or 15 years before the next HSI inspections.

Call, text, PM or email me for any questions. 817-995-6885 jcrossno@dmautoleasing.com

Freon A/C

TIMES & CYCLES :: 501-0173 / N91TE
AIRFRAME
7,317.9 HRS 6,251 LDGS
AIR CONDITIONER❅
0.2 HRS
ENGINES
E1 LEFT :: 76426
11,414.9 HRS 9,560 CYC
E2 RIGHT :: 76098
9,730.9 HRS 9,032 CYC

HOT SECTION INSPECTION
Interval: 1,750 hrs
Pos: E1**L
Date: May 16, 2019
Airframe Hrs: 7,164
Airframe Ldgs: 6,133

1,646 hrs Remain

HOT SECTION INSPECTION
Interval: 1,750 hrs
Pos: E2**R
Date: Jun 07, 2019
Airframe Hrs: 7,173
Airframe Ldgs: 6,138

1,605 hrs Remain

Paint and Interior were done by Murmur in September 2020

Installed dual Garmin GTN750 Navigators, dual Garmin GAD-42 Interface Adapters & Garmin GMA35C Audio Panel in accordance with
Columbia Avionics STC SA01697WI amended Sept 11th, 2012, STC Master Document List Document No. 30142206, Rev. 3, dated Feb
20th, 2013, and STC Installation Instruction Manual Document No. 30142147, Rev. 1, dated Aug 18th, 2012.
Equipment removed:
Ameri-King Remote Relay Assembly #1 M/N: AK 950, S/N: 83288
Ameri-King Remote Relay Assembly #2 M/N: AK 950, S/N: 83289
Avidyne Corp MFD Display P/N: D98-00001-50, S/N: 874
Avtech Audio Control #1 M/N: 1660-1, S/N: 379
Avtech Audio Control #2 M/N: 1660-1, S/N: 395
Bendix Avionics RNAV Interface Unit M/N: IU-3404A, P/N: 4000425-0405, S/N: 1612
Bendix Avionics RNAV Distance Converter M/N: DC-3406A, P/N: 4000651-0601, S/N: 1283
Bendix Avionics Checklist Control Unit M/N: CC-2024A, P/N: 4001293-2404, S/N: 1382
Collins ADF Controller #1 M/N: CTL-60, P/N: 622-4526-033, S/N: 3226
Collins ADF Controller #2 M/N: CTL-60, P/N: 622-4526-033, S/N: 37325
Collins ADF Receiver #1 M/N: 51Y-7A, P/N: 792-6216-004, S/N: 6919
Collins ADF Receiver #2 M/N: 51Y-7A, P/N: 792-6216-004, S/N: 6929
Collins Comm Controller #1 M/N: CTL-20, P/N: 622-4523-217, S/N: 3832
Collins Comm Controller #2 M/N: CTL-20, P/N: 622-4523-217, S/N: 9034
Collins Comm Receiver #1 M/N: VHF-21A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 6214
Collins Comm Receiver #2 M/N: VHF-21A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 6220
Collins Nav Controller #1 M/N: CTL-30, P/N: 622-4524-277, S/N: 7676
Collins Nav Controller #2 M/N: CTL-30, P/N: 622-4524-277, S/N: 9963
Collins VOR/LOC Unit #1 M/N: VIR-30A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 1625
Collins VOR/LOC Unit #2 M/N: VIR-30A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 12818
Comant Industries GPS/XM Antenna P/N: CI 401-460, S/N: 176989
Garmin GPS M/N: GNS400W, P/N: 011-01057-00, S/N: 23100351
Equipment Installed:
GWX-75 with 12" Antenna
Comant Industries Diplexer #1 P/N: CI507, S/N: 613828
Comant Industries Diplexer #2 P/N: CI507, S/N: 613829
Garmin Audio Panel M/N: GMA 35C, P/N: 011-02299-40, S/N: 1T6203727
Garmin Comm/Nav/GPS Receiver #1 M/N GTN 750, P/N: 011-02282-50, S/N: 1ZA210985
Garmin Comm/Nav/GPS Receiver #2 M/N GTN 750, P/N: 011-02282-50, S/N: 1ZA211297
Garmin GPS Antenna M/N: GA36, P/N: 013-00244-00, S/N: 21363
Garmin GPS/XM Antenna M/N: GA37, P/N: 013-00245-00, S/N: 18342
Mid-Continent Relay #1 M/N: MD-41(28), S/N: A20-10079
Mid-Continent Relay #2 M/N: MD-41(28), S/N: A20-10080
GARMIN GPS Adapter, M/N: GAD 42, P/N: 011-00417-00, S/N: 99602716
The dual Garmin GTN750 Navigators and GMA35c Audio Panel are in the cockpit middle section of the instrument panel and mounted as
per Columbia Avionics STC drawing No. 30141261, Rev 0. The dual Garmin GAD-42 Interface Adaptors are in aircraft nose baggage
area, left hand side with manufacturer provided hardware. Circuit protection is provided with 5 Amp circuit breakers labeled NAV/GPS 1,
COM 1, NAV/GPS 2, COM 2, AUDIO, GAD42 #1 & GAD-42 #2. Installed new Garmin GA35 GPS Antenna and GA37 XM/GPS Antenna in
the cockpit overhead, outside fuselage, as per STC drawing No. 71CD-316F004, Rev IR.
Post installation configuration, calibration, and checkout procedures were completed for both Garmin GTN750 Navigators, GMA35C,
GAD-42’s and found satisfactory in accordance Columbia Avionics STC document No. 30142127, Rev 2, Aug 8th, 2012.
FAA Approved Aircraft Flight Manual Supplements for “GARMIN GTN 7XX and GTN 6XX VHF Communications Transceiver/ VOR/ILS
Receiver/ GPS Receivers” document No.30142155, Rev. IR dated Aug 17th, 2012 was inserted into the AFM and must be maintained
with the aircraft at all times.
Additionally, provided Instructions for Continue Airworthiness (ICA) “GARMIN GTN Series GPS/COMM/NAV SYSTEMS” document No.
30142156, Rev 1 dated Aug 18, 2012, for aircraft inspections and maintenance purposes. The Garmin GTN750 Navigators were flight
checked and it was determined that the systems operated in accordance with the above listed Flight Manual Supplement. GPS
approaches were conducted using published data from current approach plate overlays. This installation meets the requirements for
VFR/IFR En-Route, Terminal Area, and Approach Operations.
FAA FORM 337 completed. Weight and balance updated, and logbook entry made.
Removed and reinstalled the RHS & LHS Circuit breaker EL Panels. R/H side P/N: 5518170-36, L/H side P/N 5518170-30. Overlays were
repaired by Air Capitol Dial Inc. CRS C64R675N under their work order numbers 38244 & 39245.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1981 Citation 501sp - $625k
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I wanna be like you when I grow up!

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Well that was faster than I predicted at your hangar last month :bugeye:
You were supposed to give me time to save up :bat:

And we were supposed to at least go somewhere

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1981 Citation 501sp - $625k
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Well that was faster than I predicted at your hangar last month :bugeye:
You were supposed to give me time to save up :bat:

And we were supposed to at least go somewhere


Hey, I am selling it, not parking it!


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You should post a pic of the AFM RVSM approval.

I should?


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You should post a pic of the AFM RVSM approval.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1981 Citation 501sp - $625k
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James,
you have done an amazing job at completely updating this beautiful 501! If I hadn't already just bought my 501 late last year I would be looking at yours. I completely agree with the conclusion that owning a legacy Citation is actually the most cost effective way to fly cross country considering any pressurized twin engine, piston or turbine. I have owned a 414A, 421C, and Cheyenne II, and this plane has the easiest maintenance schedule of them all. The citations are just built to a higher standard than the piston twin cessnas. And you just can't beat the confidence and thrill you get from flying a jet!
It looks to me like you have real seats instead of barrel seats behind the cockpit, is that right? If so that is a real unique feature of your plane.
best of luck on the sale, yours is very upgraded and I can tell you have put time and money into it. Most for sale have had the opposite, which is neglect before the sale. That is hard to put a price on.
Michael Boyer
KSLC
N151SP
N620CA


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1981 Citation 501sp - $625k
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In typical fashion, I spent the last 2 years making N91TE perfect so I can sell it to someone else. :crazy: Full disclosure, I want to go faster and farther and I hate money apparently so I am looking for a V. Owning this jet has opened my eyes to what's possible and what reality is in terms of costs and MX. No surprises or costs that left me sorry. Any parts I have needed were available and reasonable. Training has been fun and easy. There are no downsides to owning a Citation. I paid $6k to put mine on the Textron LUMP program. Low utilization for under 250 hours a year. This takes the Phase 1-4 from 2 to 3 years and the Phase 5 inspection from 3 to 6 years. Big cost savings. The plane went through a panel upgrade last year and paint and interior refurb as well. The engines are matched perfectly and it makes books numbers. It's currently going through Phase 1-4 now and will be delivered with fresh 1-4 completed.
The left engine has on condition HT turbine blades and the right engine does not. I have a 1700 hour since new OC HT turbine disk in a briefcase that can be purchased with the plane +$50k. I bought it as an insurance policy. Cost to swap out the turbine is $3600 but it would be silly to do that since the engine runs perfectly.

Here is what you can expect:
1st hour 200gallons 1350lbs
2nd hour 150gallons 1020lbs
3rd hour 125gallons 850lbs
Now you should be landing soon....with just about 85gallon or 580 lbs left.
no wind you will have gone just over 1000nm at ~340 kts TAS

Highest cabin will be 6-7k at FL410. No fatigue. Fly for 5-10 or 15 years before the next HSI inspections.

Call, text, PM or email me for any questions. 817-995-6885 jcrossno@dmautoleasing.com

Freon A/C

TIMES & CYCLES :: 501-0173 / N91TE
AIRFRAME
7,317.9 HRS 6,251 LDGS
AIR CONDITIONER❅
0.2 HRS
ENGINES
E1 LEFT :: 76426
11,414.9 HRS 9,560 CYC
E2 RIGHT :: 76098
9,730.9 HRS 9,032 CYC

HOT SECTION INSPECTION
Interval: 1,750 hrs
Pos: E1**L
Date: May 16, 2019
Airframe Hrs: 7,164
Airframe Ldgs: 6,133

1,646 hrs Remain

HOT SECTION INSPECTION
Interval: 1,750 hrs
Pos: E2**R
Date: Jun 07, 2019
Airframe Hrs: 7,173
Airframe Ldgs: 6,138

1,605 hrs Remain

Paint and Interior were done by Murmur in September 2020

Installed dual Garmin GTN750 Navigators, dual Garmin GAD-42 Interface Adapters & Garmin GMA35C Audio Panel in accordance with
Columbia Avionics STC SA01697WI amended Sept 11th, 2012, STC Master Document List Document No. 30142206, Rev. 3, dated Feb
20th, 2013, and STC Installation Instruction Manual Document No. 30142147, Rev. 1, dated Aug 18th, 2012.
Equipment removed:
Ameri-King Remote Relay Assembly #1 M/N: AK 950, S/N: 83288
Ameri-King Remote Relay Assembly #2 M/N: AK 950, S/N: 83289
Avidyne Corp MFD Display P/N: D98-00001-50, S/N: 874
Avtech Audio Control #1 M/N: 1660-1, S/N: 379
Avtech Audio Control #2 M/N: 1660-1, S/N: 395
Bendix Avionics RNAV Interface Unit M/N: IU-3404A, P/N: 4000425-0405, S/N: 1612
Bendix Avionics RNAV Distance Converter M/N: DC-3406A, P/N: 4000651-0601, S/N: 1283
Bendix Avionics Checklist Control Unit M/N: CC-2024A, P/N: 4001293-2404, S/N: 1382
Collins ADF Controller #1 M/N: CTL-60, P/N: 622-4526-033, S/N: 3226
Collins ADF Controller #2 M/N: CTL-60, P/N: 622-4526-033, S/N: 37325
Collins ADF Receiver #1 M/N: 51Y-7A, P/N: 792-6216-004, S/N: 6919
Collins ADF Receiver #2 M/N: 51Y-7A, P/N: 792-6216-004, S/N: 6929
Collins Comm Controller #1 M/N: CTL-20, P/N: 622-4523-217, S/N: 3832
Collins Comm Controller #2 M/N: CTL-20, P/N: 622-4523-217, S/N: 9034
Collins Comm Receiver #1 M/N: VHF-21A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 6214
Collins Comm Receiver #2 M/N: VHF-21A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 6220
Collins Nav Controller #1 M/N: CTL-30, P/N: 622-4524-277, S/N: 7676
Collins Nav Controller #2 M/N: CTL-30, P/N: 622-4524-277, S/N: 9963
Collins VOR/LOC Unit #1 M/N: VIR-30A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 1625
Collins VOR/LOC Unit #2 M/N: VIR-30A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 12818
Comant Industries GPS/XM Antenna P/N: CI 401-460, S/N: 176989
Garmin GPS M/N: GNS400W, P/N: 011-01057-00, S/N: 23100351
Equipment Installed:
GWX-75 with 12" Antenna
Comant Industries Diplexer #1 P/N: CI507, S/N: 613828
Comant Industries Diplexer #2 P/N: CI507, S/N: 613829
Garmin Audio Panel M/N: GMA 35C, P/N: 011-02299-40, S/N: 1T6203727
Garmin Comm/Nav/GPS Receiver #1 M/N GTN 750, P/N: 011-02282-50, S/N: 1ZA210985
Garmin Comm/Nav/GPS Receiver #2 M/N GTN 750, P/N: 011-02282-50, S/N: 1ZA211297
Garmin GPS Antenna M/N: GA36, P/N: 013-00244-00, S/N: 21363
Garmin GPS/XM Antenna M/N: GA37, P/N: 013-00245-00, S/N: 18342
Mid-Continent Relay #1 M/N: MD-41(28), S/N: A20-10079
Mid-Continent Relay #2 M/N: MD-41(28), S/N: A20-10080
GARMIN GPS Adapter, M/N: GAD 42, P/N: 011-00417-00, S/N: 99602716
The dual Garmin GTN750 Navigators and GMA35c Audio Panel are in the cockpit middle section of the instrument panel and mounted as
per Columbia Avionics STC drawing No. 30141261, Rev 0. The dual Garmin GAD-42 Interface Adaptors are in aircraft nose baggage
area, left hand side with manufacturer provided hardware. Circuit protection is provided with 5 Amp circuit breakers labeled NAV/GPS 1,
COM 1, NAV/GPS 2, COM 2, AUDIO, GAD42 #1 & GAD-42 #2. Installed new Garmin GA35 GPS Antenna and GA37 XM/GPS Antenna in
the cockpit overhead, outside fuselage, as per STC drawing No. 71CD-316F004, Rev IR.
Post installation configuration, calibration, and checkout procedures were completed for both Garmin GTN750 Navigators, GMA35C,
GAD-42’s and found satisfactory in accordance Columbia Avionics STC document No. 30142127, Rev 2, Aug 8th, 2012.
FAA Approved Aircraft Flight Manual Supplements for “GARMIN GTN 7XX and GTN 6XX VHF Communications Transceiver/ VOR/ILS
Receiver/ GPS Receivers” document No.30142155, Rev. IR dated Aug 17th, 2012 was inserted into the AFM and must be maintained
with the aircraft at all times.
Additionally, provided Instructions for Continue Airworthiness (ICA) “GARMIN GTN Series GPS/COMM/NAV SYSTEMS” document No.
30142156, Rev 1 dated Aug 18, 2012, for aircraft inspections and maintenance purposes. The Garmin GTN750 Navigators were flight
checked and it was determined that the systems operated in accordance with the above listed Flight Manual Supplement. GPS
approaches were conducted using published data from current approach plate overlays. This installation meets the requirements for
VFR/IFR En-Route, Terminal Area, and Approach Operations.
FAA FORM 337 completed. Weight and balance updated, and logbook entry made.
Removed and reinstalled the RHS & LHS Circuit breaker EL Panels. R/H side P/N: 5518170-36, L/H side P/N 5518170-30. Overlays were
repaired by Air Capitol Dial Inc. CRS C64R675N under their work order numbers 38244 & 39245.


Did you buy MT's V?


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1981 Citation 501sp - $625k
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Aircraft: Citation V
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James,
you have done an amazing job at completely updating this beautiful 501! If I hadn't already just bought my 501 late last year I would be looking at yours. I completely agree with the conclusion that owning a legacy Citation is actually the most cost effective way to fly cross country considering any pressurized twin engine, piston or turbine. I have owned a 414A, 421C, and Cheyenne II, and this plane has the easiest maintenance schedule of them all. The citations are just built to a higher standard than the piston twin cessnas. And you just can't beat the confidence and thrill you get from flying a jet!
It looks to me like you have real seats instead of barrel seats behind the cockpit, is that right? If so that is a real unique feature of your plane.
best of luck on the sale, yours is very upgraded and I can tell you have put time and money into it. Most for sale have had the opposite, which is neglect before the sale. That is hard to put a price on.
Michael Boyer
KSLC
N151SP
N620CA


Thanks Michael. It’s a terrific plane.


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Aircraft: Citation V
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In typical fashion, I spent the last 2 years making N91TE perfect so I can sell it to someone else. :crazy: Full disclosure, I want to go faster and farther and I hate money apparently so I am looking for a V. Owning this jet has opened my eyes to what's possible and what reality is in terms of costs and MX. No surprises or costs that left me sorry. Any parts I have needed were available and reasonable. Training has been fun and easy. There are no downsides to owning a Citation. I paid $6k to put mine on the Textron LUMP program. Low utilization for under 250 hours a year. This takes the Phase 1-4 from 2 to 3 years and the Phase 5 inspection from 3 to 6 years. Big cost savings. The plane went through a panel upgrade last year and paint and interior refurb as well. The engines are matched perfectly and it makes books numbers. It's currently going through Phase 1-4 now and will be delivered with fresh 1-4 completed.
The left engine has on condition HT turbine blades and the right engine does not. I have a 1700 hour since new OC HT turbine disk in a briefcase that can be purchased with the plane +$50k. I bought it as an insurance policy. Cost to swap out the turbine is $3600 but it would be silly to do that since the engine runs perfectly.

Here is what you can expect:
1st hour 200gallons 1350lbs
2nd hour 150gallons 1020lbs
3rd hour 125gallons 850lbs
Now you should be landing soon....with just about 85gallon or 580 lbs left.
no wind you will have gone just over 1000nm at ~340 kts TAS

Highest cabin will be 6-7k at FL410. No fatigue. Fly for 5-10 or 15 years before the next HSI inspections.

Call, text, PM or email me for any questions. 817-995-6885 jcrossno@dmautoleasing.com

Freon A/C

TIMES & CYCLES :: 501-0173 / N91TE
AIRFRAME
7,317.9 HRS 6,251 LDGS
AIR CONDITIONER❅
0.2 HRS
ENGINES
E1 LEFT :: 76426
11,414.9 HRS 9,560 CYC
E2 RIGHT :: 76098
9,730.9 HRS 9,032 CYC

HOT SECTION INSPECTION
Interval: 1,750 hrs
Pos: E1**L
Date: May 16, 2019
Airframe Hrs: 7,164
Airframe Ldgs: 6,133

1,646 hrs Remain

HOT SECTION INSPECTION
Interval: 1,750 hrs
Pos: E2**R
Date: Jun 07, 2019
Airframe Hrs: 7,173
Airframe Ldgs: 6,138

1,605 hrs Remain

Paint and Interior were done by Murmur in September 2020

Installed dual Garmin GTN750 Navigators, dual Garmin GAD-42 Interface Adapters & Garmin GMA35C Audio Panel in accordance with
Columbia Avionics STC SA01697WI amended Sept 11th, 2012, STC Master Document List Document No. 30142206, Rev. 3, dated Feb
20th, 2013, and STC Installation Instruction Manual Document No. 30142147, Rev. 1, dated Aug 18th, 2012.
Equipment removed:
Ameri-King Remote Relay Assembly #1 M/N: AK 950, S/N: 83288
Ameri-King Remote Relay Assembly #2 M/N: AK 950, S/N: 83289
Avidyne Corp MFD Display P/N: D98-00001-50, S/N: 874
Avtech Audio Control #1 M/N: 1660-1, S/N: 379
Avtech Audio Control #2 M/N: 1660-1, S/N: 395
Bendix Avionics RNAV Interface Unit M/N: IU-3404A, P/N: 4000425-0405, S/N: 1612
Bendix Avionics RNAV Distance Converter M/N: DC-3406A, P/N: 4000651-0601, S/N: 1283
Bendix Avionics Checklist Control Unit M/N: CC-2024A, P/N: 4001293-2404, S/N: 1382
Collins ADF Controller #1 M/N: CTL-60, P/N: 622-4526-033, S/N: 3226
Collins ADF Controller #2 M/N: CTL-60, P/N: 622-4526-033, S/N: 37325
Collins ADF Receiver #1 M/N: 51Y-7A, P/N: 792-6216-004, S/N: 6919
Collins ADF Receiver #2 M/N: 51Y-7A, P/N: 792-6216-004, S/N: 6929
Collins Comm Controller #1 M/N: CTL-20, P/N: 622-4523-217, S/N: 3832
Collins Comm Controller #2 M/N: CTL-20, P/N: 622-4523-217, S/N: 9034
Collins Comm Receiver #1 M/N: VHF-21A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 6214
Collins Comm Receiver #2 M/N: VHF-21A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 6220
Collins Nav Controller #1 M/N: CTL-30, P/N: 622-4524-277, S/N: 7676
Collins Nav Controller #2 M/N: CTL-30, P/N: 622-4524-277, S/N: 9963
Collins VOR/LOC Unit #1 M/N: VIR-30A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 1625
Collins VOR/LOC Unit #2 M/N: VIR-30A, P/N: 622-0876-001, S/N: 12818
Comant Industries GPS/XM Antenna P/N: CI 401-460, S/N: 176989
Garmin GPS M/N: GNS400W, P/N: 011-01057-00, S/N: 23100351
Equipment Installed:
GWX-75 with 12" Antenna
Comant Industries Diplexer #1 P/N: CI507, S/N: 613828
Comant Industries Diplexer #2 P/N: CI507, S/N: 613829
Garmin Audio Panel M/N: GMA 35C, P/N: 011-02299-40, S/N: 1T6203727
Garmin Comm/Nav/GPS Receiver #1 M/N GTN 750, P/N: 011-02282-50, S/N: 1ZA210985
Garmin Comm/Nav/GPS Receiver #2 M/N GTN 750, P/N: 011-02282-50, S/N: 1ZA211297
Garmin GPS Antenna M/N: GA36, P/N: 013-00244-00, S/N: 21363
Garmin GPS/XM Antenna M/N: GA37, P/N: 013-00245-00, S/N: 18342
Mid-Continent Relay #1 M/N: MD-41(28), S/N: A20-10079
Mid-Continent Relay #2 M/N: MD-41(28), S/N: A20-10080
GARMIN GPS Adapter, M/N: GAD 42, P/N: 011-00417-00, S/N: 99602716
The dual Garmin GTN750 Navigators and GMA35c Audio Panel are in the cockpit middle section of the instrument panel and mounted as
per Columbia Avionics STC drawing No. 30141261, Rev 0. The dual Garmin GAD-42 Interface Adaptors are in aircraft nose baggage
area, left hand side with manufacturer provided hardware. Circuit protection is provided with 5 Amp circuit breakers labeled NAV/GPS 1,
COM 1, NAV/GPS 2, COM 2, AUDIO, GAD42 #1 & GAD-42 #2. Installed new Garmin GA35 GPS Antenna and GA37 XM/GPS Antenna in
the cockpit overhead, outside fuselage, as per STC drawing No. 71CD-316F004, Rev IR.
Post installation configuration, calibration, and checkout procedures were completed for both Garmin GTN750 Navigators, GMA35C,
GAD-42’s and found satisfactory in accordance Columbia Avionics STC document No. 30142127, Rev 2, Aug 8th, 2012.
FAA Approved Aircraft Flight Manual Supplements for “GARMIN GTN 7XX and GTN 6XX VHF Communications Transceiver/ VOR/ILS
Receiver/ GPS Receivers” document No.30142155, Rev. IR dated Aug 17th, 2012 was inserted into the AFM and must be maintained
with the aircraft at all times.
Additionally, provided Instructions for Continue Airworthiness (ICA) “GARMIN GTN Series GPS/COMM/NAV SYSTEMS” document No.
30142156, Rev 1 dated Aug 18, 2012, for aircraft inspections and maintenance purposes. The Garmin GTN750 Navigators were flight
checked and it was determined that the systems operated in accordance with the above listed Flight Manual Supplement. GPS
approaches were conducted using published data from current approach plate overlays. This installation meets the requirements for
VFR/IFR En-Route, Terminal Area, and Approach Operations.
FAA FORM 337 completed. Weight and balance updated, and logbook entry made.
Removed and reinstalled the RHS & LHS Circuit breaker EL Panels. R/H side P/N: 5518170-36, L/H side P/N 5518170-30. Overlays were
repaired by Air Capitol Dial Inc. CRS C64R675N under their work order numbers 38244 & 39245.


Did you buy MT's V?

No. Cant find a V right now.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1981 Citation 501sp - $625k
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Did you buy MT's V?

No. Cant find a V right now.


So I hear.
I just started my 501 journey so hopefully in a year or so when I’m ready for upgrade the market will cycle through and supply will improve.

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Check out the Ultra over the V. The panel upgrade potential will eventually be identical and the performance of the Ultra is a bit better. Flew in one recently, very impressive.


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